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Mild Cognitive Impairment - concepts, cut-offs, and clinical relevance
Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) is a diagnosis frequently used in dementia research and in memory clinics. MCI is meant to identify patients without dementia, but with cognitive decline beyond what is considered normal, ...
Prodromal Cognitive Signs of Dementia
The increase in proportion of elderly worldwide, coupled with the fact that increasing age is a primary risk factor for dementia, have fuelled the efforts to unveil the warning signs of dementia. Although important ...
Hippocampal volumetry in mild cognitive impairment
Dementia is a syndrome with cognitive decline as a prominent feature. MCI is similarly a syndrome of cognitive decline, albeit with much subtler symptoms, and has been identified as a condition at risk for progression to ...
Subjective cognitive decline in memory clinic patients - characteristics and clinical relevance
Subjective cognitive decline (SCD) refers to concerns – symptoms - regarding one’s cognitive functioning, in the absence of objective evidence of impairment. SCD has been described as a possible stage preceding mild ...